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The City of Porterville is pleased to announce ZeroNox as an Outstanding Business Honoree in 2022.

Since 1960, Imperial Ambulance has provided emergency medical services to Porterville and all nearby communities. 

They provided all ambulance standby services to the City of Porterville and other organizations free of charge for special events, parades and festivals. They also give back to the local community and make numerous charitable donations to non-profit organizations and local schools. 

Imperial Ambulance's Director of Operations and Human Resources Scott Scheer (left) and Company President Trent Fiori (right) received a visit from Mayor Martha A. Flores to announce the business's recognition.

Imperial Ambulance also gives back to the international community. They have donated over twenty ambulances and several pieces of equipment to charitable organizations. The donations have gone to several cities in Mexico and children's hospital organizations across the world. Recently, they donated an ambulance to a health center in Ghana. Locally, provided scholarship funding for local high school and Porterville College students. The organization also supports the Porterville Unified School District's Pathways Program by partnering with the Porterville High School Academy and Health Sciences. 

Most recently, Imperial Ambulance outfitted vehicles specifically for infectious disease transport, which helped them support over 800 confirmed Covid-19 patients to and from private residences, skilled nursery facilities and hospitals. Imperial Ambulance partnered with Sierra View Medical Center for Porterville's Vaccine Round Up events. They also assigned paramedic and EMT personnel to the Porterville Alternative Care Site 24/7.
Congratulations, Imperial Ambulance!

Questions about the City of Porterville's Outstanding Business Program? Please email to learn more.

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